Caribbean Safety Products Limited


Founded in 1983, Caribbean Safety Products Limited, commonly referred to as CSP, has become a household name over the years. The company prides itself on a long standing reputation of excellence, providing the highest level of customer service unmatched in the industry today. CSP has grown from a small company supplying safety requirements of products and services, catering to the needs of a large local, regional and international client base. The company’s partnerships with leading international brands has positioned CSP as the number one choice, providing customers with competitive pricing backed by highly motivated and trained experts in the industry.Read More…

Member type

Ordinary

Address

403 Pacific Avenue
Point Lisas Industrial Estate

City

Point Lisas

Country

Trinidad

Phone number

1-868-299-0102-5

Fax Number

1-868-679-0204

Email address

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Website

http://www.caribbeansafety.com

Products/Services

PRODUCT INDEX FOR OUR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
Head - helmets, hard hats
Body - coveralls, vests, shirts/pants, lab coats
Face - welding, face masks
Respiratory System - dust masks, respirators
Eyes - goggles, glasses (tested)
Ears - earmuffs, ear plugs
Hands - gloves, mittens, sleeves
Feet - boots, shoe covers, knee pads

PRODUCT INDEX FOR OUR SAFETY SUPPLIES

Environmental
Ergonomic
Fall
Fire
Instrumentation
Marine
Medical
Process
Spill Control
Switching Systems
Traffic
Welding

Brands

Wearsafe

TTMA Notice

Trade Brief

TTMA’s Trade Brief May/June 2011

4th July, 2011

The TT-Panama Partial Scope Agreement was concluded on June 3, 2011 after merely three rounds of negotiations, which is testament to the willingness of both parties to expand trade.
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Press Release

TTMA calls for action on growing crime problem

7th January, 2014

The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) is concerned with the continued high murder rate and general high crime levels in the country. 400 murders for 2013 is 400 too many for our society. We
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